Track test of the Hiprema 3 EVO

7/01/2015Motorsport products news, Motorsport products support

Track test of the Hiprema 3 EVO digital tire pressure gauge with a go-kart

In this article we show you how we use the HiPreMa 3 EVO digital tire pressure gauge and its feature of storing cold and hot rubber pressures.

We went to the track to test our Hiprema 3 EVO digital pressure gauge and we made a video to show you how to adjust, measure and store cold and hot tire pressures.

The test was carried out for simplicity on a go-kart track, but the functions are valid for all categories of Motorsport, from Superbike to MotoGP, from Gran Turismo cars to Formula 1.

At the beginning of the video it is shown how to adjust the starting pressures with cold rubber; once adjusted exactly to the pressure you want, you can move on to memorization.

The test number [01] and the values ​​of the 4 starting pressures will appear on the display.

Kart enters the track, performs a series of laps for its test, and passes to the measurement and storage of hot tire pressures.

The test number [01] and for each tire the cold start pressure and the hot end test pressure will appear on the display.

You immediately get an idea of ​​the dynamics of the vehicle’s attitude during the test.

The vehicle with which we have carried out this test is a KZ2 Kart with red MG tires.

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